As bills are introduced before the Manitoba Legislature, they are made available on the Legislative Assembly website. The full text of each bill, plus its status before the Legislature, can be accessed from this website. The website also lists information about legislative committees, including how to make a presentation, and notice of upcoming meetings.

Bills that are currently before the legislature, or which were recently passed, along with brief descriptions of each can be found on this page. You can find government news releases relating to many of these bills under News From Broadway. 

Before the Legislature

Recently Passed

  • Bill 2, The Louis Riel Act bestows the honorary title of "First Premier of Manitoba" on Louis Riel. The Manitoba education curriculum must now include the significant contributions of Louis Riel.
  • Bill 4, The Employment Standards Code Amendment and Interpretation Amendment Act (Orange Shirt Day).  The Employment Standards Code and The Interpretation Act are amended to observe Orange Shirt Day (National Day for Truth and Reconciliation) as a provincial statutory holiday on September 30. Employers and employees may not substitute a different date for observing Orange Shirt Day. In addition, The Public Schools Act is amended to ensure that, in years when Orange Shirt Day falls on a Saturday or Sunday, schools are closed on the following Monday.



Presentations TBD